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Pantomime roles for pupils

Children from Myra Tiffin School of Performing Arts who will appear in this year's pantomime

Children from Myra Tiffin School of Performing Arts who will appear in this year's pantomime

YOUNGSTERS from Myra Tiffin Performing Arts School are looking forward to having a ball when they perform in this year’s Christmas pantomime, Cinderella.

The children will take to the stage with flamboyant TV personality Louie Spence, presenter Anna Williamson and comedy star Kev Orkian in December, playing the juvenile chorus roles.

Most of the young performers – who are aged between six and 15 – belong to the school agency, Tiffin Management.

Parts for the children were auditioned within the dance school.

They have been split into two teams, a Red Team and a Blue Team, with eight girls and two boys per team.

Rehearsals for the singing and dancing youngsters will take place at the Stony Stratford performing arts school before the youngest stars join the cast at MK Theatre.

 

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